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Coronavirus: The world will wish it intervened if Nigeria falls - CNN Host, Fareed Zakaria (video)
























CNN host, Fareed Zakaria has stated that the world will wish it intervened if Nigeria and Iraq falls to the Coronavirus pandemic ravaging some countries around the world.






According to the TV host, we are still in the early stages of what is going to become a series of cascading crises. Fareed added that the people may not be able to get back to anything resembling normal life, unless the major powers in the world are able to find a way to cooperate and manage these problems together.






The CNN host who admitted that some developing countries like Nigeria have recorded relatively lesser cases so far, added that there is a tendency they could fall to the disease.






Fareed stated that if this happens, the cost in refugees, disease and terrorism will lead to regrets.






He said;






We're in the early stages of what is going to become a series of cascading crises, and we will not be able to get back to anything resembling normal life unless the major powers in the world can find some way to cooperate.


“Even as we are just beginning to confront the magnitude of the shock caused by this pandemic, we need to wrap our minds around the painful truth. We are in the early stages of what is going to be a series of cascading crises reinvigorating throughout the world and we would not be able to get back to anything resembling normal life unless the major powers in the world are able to find a way to cooperate and manage these problems together.


“The first phase has been the health care crisis in the world’s major economies. The next phase is the economic paralysis, the magnitude we are only just beginning to comprehend. Next comes the explosions in the developing world. So far, the number of infected have been low in countries like India, Indonesia, Brazil, Nigeria, probably because they are less linked in trade and travel than the advanced world. In addition, these countries have tested very few people which is key to keeping their numbers deficiently low. But unless we get lucky and it turns out that heat does temper the virus, these countries will all get hit and hard.


“And then, there are the oil states. Even if the quarrel between Saudi Arabia and Russia gets resolved, at this point, the demand for oil has collapsed and will not soon recover. Consider what that means for countries like Libya, Nigeria, Iran, Iraq and Venezuela, where oil revenue makes up the vast majority of government revenue.


“The vast majority be …the economy…. expect political turmoil, refugees, revolutions, crackdowns, maybe terrorism. All of these might happen on a scale we haven’t seen for decades.


“If countries like Iraq and Nigeria explode, the cost in refugees, disease and terrorism would all make us wish we had tried harder to manage their fall."






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French doctor apologizes after asking for new Coronavirus drug to be tested in Africa












Jean Paul Mira, the French doctor who alongside his colleague Camille Locht asked for a new Coronavirus drug to be tested in Africa, has apologized after their statement triggered a worldwide outrage.



LIB reported earlier that Jean Paul Mira and Camille Locht who spoke on a live TV interview, insisted that Africa is the best place to conduct such test as they recalled how an experimental treatment for AIDS was carried out in Africa.



The dcotors were discussing about a "repurposed" tuberculosis vaccine as a COVID-19 beater during an expert chat on television, when the suggestion was made. The drug is currently being trialled in several European countries and Australia.



Mira, who is the intensive care unit (ICU) head at the Cochin hospital in Paris has now apologized over his comment which incited an outcry.



In a statement released on Friday April 3, Mira's employer, the Paris network of hospitals quoted him saying:




"I want to present all my apologies to those who were hurt, shocked and felt insulted by the remarks that I clumsily expressed on LCI this week."

Coronavirus: House of Representatives propose bill that will allow Nigerians enjoy free electricity supply for two months











The House of Representatives has announced plans to consider a fresh Stimulus Bill that will ensure that Nigerians get free electricity supply for two months during this Coronavirus pandemic.



In a statement released this evening, the Speaker said the proposed Bill is to help in boosting the economy through the informal sector as the country prepares for the aftermath of the coronavirus outbreak. The proposed Bill, which will be the second Stimulus Bill by the Green Chamber, is to be considered immediately the House reconvenes from its ongoing break, declared due to the pandemic.



Gbajabiamila announced this at the National Assembly today during a meeting between the National Assembly leadership and the Minister of Finance, Zainab Ahmad, the Director-General of the Budget Office of the Federation, Ben Akabueze, among others.



Explaining the necessity for the proposed electricity stimulus bill, the Speaker said electricity, being a commodity consumed by every household, has a greater impact on Nigerians and that since more Nigerians are in the informal sector, the effects would be more felt by the economy.


It is one thing that will touch every household. As I said earlier, when we engaged, I discussed with the electricity Distribution Companies (DisCos) that packaged whatever they would require, if the government can give them, for us to allow for two months free electricity for Nigerians, they would be able to guarantee it.

We have the figures. I think we should look very seriously into that as part of our package for economic stimulus, because stimulus means something that will stimulate the economy. When you are stimulating the economy, most of it will come from the informal sector.

When you are saving people their electricity and the fact that they now have stable electricity for two months, you are also saving the monies that would go into the payment of those bills at least for two months.” he said

Five new cases of Coronavirus recorded in Bauchi, FCT









The Nigeria Center for Disease Control NCDC has confirmed five new cases of Coronavirus.



The agency said three new cases were confirmed in Bauchi and two in the FCT. Nigeria now has 214 confirmed cases of the viral disease.



Police officer demoted for assaulting medical doctor during Coronavirus lockdown in Akwa Ibom

















A police officer deployed to the Akwa Ibom State command has been demoted for assaulting a medical doctor while enforcing the stay-at-home order of the Akwa Ibom government.



Recall that the Akwa Ibom State government had exempted health workers from its lockdown order, which was effected to curb the spread of Coronavirus in the state.



The police sergeant, Edidiong Alexander assaulted Dr Daniel Edet who is a surgeon with the University of Uyo Teaching Hospital, while on his way to work on Friday evening.



It was gathered that the police began investigating the incident after the Nigerian Medical Association threatened to embark on a strike over the assault incident which left Mr Edet’s hand fractured.



The police office who was found guilty after the investigation was concluded, was demoted from the rank of a sergeant to corporal. The state's commissioner of police, Imohimi Edgal also met with Mr Edet and the chairman of NMA in the state, and apologised to the surgeon and the medical doctors in Akwa Ibom over the conduct of the police officer.



Akwa Ibom state has only recorded five confirmed cases of the coronavirus, since the outbreak of the disease in the country.

Another Nigerian man dies of Coronvirus in the UK











The Coronavirus pandemic has claimed the life of another Nigerian. The deceased, Bola Omoyeni, died on Friday April 3, in a UK hospital.



A friend of the deceased, Kenny Daodu, who confirmed his death on Facebook, stated that the late Mr Omoyeni died few hours after being taken to the hospital on April 3.



See Daodu's post below.




Today in London England, my close family friend, Bola Omoyeni passed away from Coronavirus crisis. What a loss!! This is real. He was hale and hearty all along. He was taken to the hospital yesterday and was pronounced dead just few hours later.

Bola was a man with a heart full of gold. He loved life and Hugged a lot..just like me. It could have been me. Hum He was an amazing gentleman. He was a family man and had plans for his children.

But guess what? He is gone forever to rest in the Lord. Don’t Blame COVID-19. Continue to rest in perfect peace Bola

Reality Check...What is life teaching all of us at this difficult and challenging time? It’s time for sober reflections. Finding peace, find love and find your purpose in life and be encouraged to touch people’s lives in more positive ways. Okay!!

We shall all overcome together and will have stories to tell our children and the next generation.

Be lifted up, stay strong and safe and healthy.
Be cautious and follow all safety guidelines. Stay Home unless it’s absolutely necessary to go out.
We have lessons to learn.

Be a messenger of hope and love to family and friends and to the world as a whole.
My prayers are with you and your loved ones.
Stay blessed folks and have a wonderful weekend.
Blessings ahead!! Love you



Last Tuesday, a foremost Nigerian Medical doctor, Dr Alfa Saadu, died of the disease. Few days later, another Nigerian simply identified as Deola, also died of the disease. May their souls rest in peace, Amen.



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